Looking for a "bird" template/coloring page

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  1. TeacherSandra

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    we're doing a study on the rhyme, "Sing A Song of Sixpence" and rather than have the students color pages of the rhyme, I thought it would be nice to do some type of art activity. I was hoping to find a "bird" template so that they could put together a bird.

    Any ideas? or templates you could share?

    THank you!
     
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    I don't have a template, but I have a coloring sheet I made for this rhyme. Let me know if you want it.
     
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    Rainstorm, I just PM'd you my email address. Thank you! :love:
     
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    It is on its way! Enjoy!
     
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    I got it and it is so precious! Thank you so much! :hugs:
     
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    TeacherSandra- The March/April Preschool Mailbox Magazine has a Sing a Song of Sixpence page. They have a "pie" activity where the kids draw what they would have come out of their pie. The pie crust template is there and you use foil at the bottom for the pan. Pretty cute!
     

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